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Please note Durango High School will not be open to the public during Spring Break Week, March 23 - 27.  If you need immediate assistance, please call us at (970) 259-1630 or contact the District Office at (970) 247-5411.
    
Thank you and have a great week.

We are seeking feedback from the community about how well the district is doing. Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey, which will help us as we tackle budget decisions, look for supports for students, and improve our communications around our work with you.  Please click here to take the survey. For more information please email info@durango.k12.co.us. 

Register for AP Exams here:   www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/060475
Registration begins MARCH 2 12:00 AM     
Registration closes MARCH 22, 11:59 PM
AP Bulletins are located in the Counseling Office.  Questions?  Please contact the Counseling Office:  970-259-1630 x2309.

Durango School District 9-R is pleased to announce the availability of our 2013-14 Annual Report to the Public. Every year, school districts in Colorado report about their performance to their communities, based on requirements in the No Child Left Behind Act. In addition, state law has required that district report district accreditation information.

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Please make note of the following information regarding 2015-16 Course Registration:
Class Meetings during Advisory:
---Freshmen
: Monday, February 23
---Sophomores: Monday, March 2
---Juniors: Monday, March 9
**We will make an announcement at the end of first period on those Mondays, reminding the appropriate class of students to report to the auditorium.   We will remain on a normal bell schedule each of these Mondays.   Students will receive information about available courses and the registration process.

Course Registration:
---Freshmen: Week of March 2
---Sophomores: Week of March 9
---Juniors:  Week of March 16

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At a Glance

  • School Mascot: Demons
  • Colors: Red and White
  • Students: 1052
  • Teachers: 92
  • Support Staff: 32

Our Mission

The mission of Durango High School, a community-based partnership, is to ensure each student develops the positive character attributes and academic excellence necessary to compete and contribute in the global community, by providing tailored, engaging, and relevant educational opportunities within a safe and healthy environment.

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